To make sure I-Learn remains maintained and functioning for BYU-Idaho students and employees, monthly maintenance is scheduled by the vendor to detect problems that can be identified and fixed long before they are able to cause any damage to I-Learn or its functionality.
February 17READ MORE
Over Thanksgiving break, keypads on doors with electronic locks will be deactivated. This means that after Thanksgiving break, student and full-time employees who regularly use these doorways will not be able to type in their I-Numbers to gain entry to these rooms.
November 17READ MORE
BYU-Idaho has been experiencing intermittent connectivity issues since Monday, October 31. These connectivity issues are due to a power disruption that took place in the Smith data center. BYU-Idaho Information Technology is aware of these issues and working to fix them as quickly as possible.
November 2READ MORE
Incidences of scams and phishing attacks are constantly on the rise, and nowadays they have become more advanced - and more nefarious - than ever, preying upon students and job seekers. It is especially crucial to be aware of the dangers that lie behind phishing emails, fake job boards, bogus social media ads, or false job recruiting websites.
September 30READ MORE